A recent study concluded that increased levels of Vitamin D may reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Of the more than 5500 women over age 55 that participated, those that had higher Vitamin D levels of 60 nanograms per milliliter in their blood levels had an 80% lower risk for breast cancer. The study, conducted by Creighton University, concluded that in order to help minimize the risk of breast cancer, Vitamin D levels in women need to be above the levels currently recommended for bone health. The safety of higher levels of Vitamin D was also demonstrated in this study.

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